Nursing home owner must face NLRB case despite bankruptcy protections
Jessica R. Towhey
May 01, 2023
A federal agency can proceed litigating allegations of unfair labor practices against the operator of several Connecticut nursing homes that declared bankruptcy in 2013.
Operators get second chance in extortion lawsuit targeting unions
Apr 18, 2022
East-coast based operators CareOne and HealthBridge Management will get another shot to prove that two SEIU-affiliated unions acted unlawfully during a 2012 labor dispute.
New COO at Elderwood
Sep 27, 2013
Philip Quillard is now the Chief Operating Officer at Elderwood, overseeing day-to-day operations, financial and policy decisions and management of 17 Elderwood facilities in New York, as well as other...
NLRB: Judge will grant injunction against owners in long-running nursing homes’ strike
Dec 13, 2012
A federal judge intends to grant an injunction filed by the National Labor Relations Board that would put approximately 600 workers back on the job at five nursing homes in Connecticut.
Nursing homes and unions: ready for another ugly round?
James M. Berklan
Nov 28, 2012
Unions in nursing homes may be headed for a new level of negative exposure given the latest flare-up in the eternal battle that has waged in Connecticut. It has already brought partisan criticism to the...
Nursing home managers lock out 100 union members, threaten 700 more
Dec 15, 2011
A nursing home management group that locked out 100 workers from a facility Tuesday says unionized employees are picketing illegally. As a result, it is threatening to lock out 700 more.